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Mark J. Arildsen '16
Seniors

Mark J. Arildsen '16

Jon Young on His Bike
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Jon Young on His Bike

Jon D. Young's preferred mode of transportation is his tandem bicycle, which he has been riding since sophomore year.

Young Throwing Pottery
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Young Throwing Pottery

Young starts to throw a pot in the Quincy Pottery studio. As director of the studio, Young manages and teaches members of the Pottery Club.

Olivia and Jon Bike
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Olivia and Jon Bike

Writer Olivia M. Munk '16 rides with Jon D. Young '16 on his tandem bicycle in Quincy courtyard.

Pot-ty Mouth
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Pot-ty Mouth

Joking around, Young shows his passion for his sculpture by giving it a smooch.

Jon Young and Bowl
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Jon Young and Bowl

Young elegantly creates a large bowl on a pottery wheel.

Shree Bose '16
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Shree Bose '16

Shree Bose '16 poses in a Dunster Common Room. She prefers the courtyard, but it was a chilly night.

Shree Bose in the Lab
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Shree Bose in the Lab

When she was 17 years old, Shree Bose '16 was the first to win Google's Science Fair for her research on treatment for chemotherapy-resistant ovarian cancer patients.

Michelle Picard on Defense
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Michelle Picard on Defense

Michelle L. Picard '15-'16 plays defense during a drill at a November women's hockey practice.

Picard on the Ice
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Picard on the Ice

Picard poses on the ice after practice.

Post-Olympics Picard
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Post-Olympics Picard

One year after representing the United States at the Olympic Games in Sochi, Picard led the Harvard women's hockey team all the way to the national championship game in 2015.

Frankenbike
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Frankenbike

Billy C. Orman '16 rides his "Frankenbike" around the Carpenter Center. Also called "High Horse," this is just one of Orman's ouevre of modern Duchampian sculptures.

Billy Orman's Working Area
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Billy Orman's Working Area

Orman poses in front of his work area in the Carpenter Center, which is covered in his works-in-progress and completed sculptures. "I used to take up the entire area," said Orman, claiming he is "basically an artist in residence."

Billy Orman
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Billy Orman

Watch Out for Orman's Sculptures
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Watch Out for Orman's Sculptures

"Be careful!" Billy warned the photographer. "It's booby-trapped," explaining the chair resting upside-down on top of a wooden pole. "I like to take normal things and make them useless... in a poetic way."

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